The slots here are quite generous, in my opinion. I think that anyone that complains that the slots are tight are simply, "Jackpot or bust," players that really have no business complaining. Generally, the slots here will let you double up or get to 150% pretty easily, so you just ticket out and put the original amount wagered back in and pocket the rest.
I have been to this casino six times in the last month and here's how it has gone:
I understand that these results are not typical, but even in experiences prior to that I have noticed that you can limit your losses and walk out anywhere from $50-$100 ahead pretty easy just by playing intelligently.
I don't play table games much, but have noticed that Let it Ride is almost never going on.
Customer Service here is nice, and everyone is very attentive. The waitresses come around for drinks orders every ten minutes or so.
I know nothing of the player's club. I have no interest in my wins/losses being tracked, so I'll just give it three stars.
The atmosphere is fine.
I know nothing of the hotel there.
The buffet is quite good, and all of the bartenders make good drinks.
I Like this place. Out of all the others in tri state this place feels at least fair. All the others feel like a big rip off Mountaineer, Meadows, Rivers. I go in those places with $600 between me and my wife and most time have to leave in less than an hour. At least here we can spend the whole day on this and have a great meal and come home happy and at least even most trips.
I have had what I consider good luck at Wheeling. After our first stay there we received coupons for rooms, free play and buffets regularly in the mail. They are very generous. On our last trip there I hit on a quarter machine for over $2,000 with an investment of $1.50 in that particular machine .................I have never hit that much in Vegas............................I also have found that you can play longer there as you have small wins regularly which extend your playing time. We used to go to Vegas at least once a year, but since the bottom fell out of the economy we only make short trips. Other casinos are closer to us, but I think it is worth the drive to go to Wheeling.